Riohacha / Manaure / Cabo de la Vela / Punta Gallinas / Riohacha
This destination offers a stark contrast of warm colors in the middle of its desert, a unique feature in the country, whose beaches and giant sand dunes originating from Riohacha, pass through the Cabo de la Vela all the way up to Punta Gallinas, the northernmost point of South America, before flowing into a pristine sea that will make you feel like you are walking on unspoilt beaches.
You will get to live magical moments among the indigenous Wayuu community, learning about their rites and traditions, enjoying the best lobsters cooked on the seashore and taking part in sewing workshops using traditional fabrics to make bags and backpacks. Visit the Los Flamencos fauna and flora sanctuary and live the experience of sleeping under the open sky in the hammocks of the rancherías (small indigenous settlements) on the seashore.
Points of Interest
Riohacha / Los Flamencos fauna and flora sanctuary / Uribia / Cabo de la Vela / Sugar Pylon / Punta Gallinas
Accomodation in Rancherías (hammocks / beds in the rancherías)
Additional activities: work with the Wayuu community